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    Hoveton Great Broad lies within The Broads National Park in Norfolk, England, between Wroxham Broad and Salhouse Broad.
    The broad is connected to the River Bure, but not open to boat traffic. A nature trail was laid out in 1968 - the first in the region. It is accessible only by boat. Mooring is allowed on the north bank of the Bure, opposite Salhouse Broad.
    English Nature has established a Nature trail. From the boardwalk, one can see the broad with its adjoining fens and alder carr.

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    Yep,
    Another of the Broads with no right of navigation.
    Some are private, others under the control of the eco fascists who basically want to turn the Broads into a non accessible marshland, but by far the majority have open access along with the rivers.
    Plenty of water to go round, although it gets busy on certain parts in high season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filhick View Post
    Yep,
    Another of the Broads with no right of navigation.
    Some are private, others under the control of the eco fascists who basically want to turn the Broads into a non accessible marshland, but by far the majority have open access along with the rivers.
    Plenty of water to go round, although it gets busy on certain parts in high season.
    Ooooh!
    Inflammatory words! Not all who work in the Broads are "Eco fascists".
    The trouble is keeping everyone happy, boaters, wildlife, anglers, local business, local residents, tourists, etc, etc.

    Hoveton Great broad is privately owned and controlled.
    Bob

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    And to their hieghts aspire.

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